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HomeMy WebLinkAboutMIN 09.13.2022 CC-RMinutes of a Meeting of the Governing Body of the City of Georgetown, Texas Tuesday, September 13, 2022 Prior to calling the meeting to order, an invocation may be performed. The Georgetown City Council will meet on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at 6:00 PM at 510 W. 9th Street Georgetown, Texas 78626, Council and Courts Building. The City of Georgetown is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you require assistance in participating at a public meeting due to a disability, as defined under the ADA, reasonable assistance, adaptations, or accommodations will be provided upon request. Please contact the City Secretary's Office, at least three (3) days prior to the scheduled meeting date, at (512) 930-3652 or City Hall at 808 Martin Luther King, Jr Street for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. Mayor Schroeder called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. The following Council Members were in attendance: Mayor Josh Schroeder; Amanda Parr, Council Member District 1; Shawn Hood, Council Member District 2; Mike Triggs, Council Member District 3Ron Garland, Council Member District 4; Kevin Pitts, Council Member District 5 and Mayor Pro Tem; Jake French, Council Member District 6; and Ben Stewart, Council Member District 7. A quorum of Council Members was present in Council Chambers. Regular Session (This Regular session may, at any time, be recessed to convene an Executive Session for any purpose authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code 551.) A. Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance Comments from the Mayor - Recognition of Communication and Public Engagement (CAPE) Awards - National Preparedness Month Proclamation - Promotion of Lieutenant Stephanie Brown - Promotion of Sergeant Bryan George - Promotion of Sergeant Kaytie Suess Announcements Action from Executive Session Motion by Pitts to authorize the City Attorney to retain the legal services of Foley and Lardner, LLP to represent the City in all proceedings necessary to obtain a right of entry from Ronald Kenneth Joseph and Wendy Sue Fassett Joseph, or their heirs, successors, and assigns thereof, on and across their 4.37-acre property located in the Isaac Donagan Survey, Abstract No. 498, for the purpose of conducting surface and subsurface surveying and soil testing necessary for the DB Wood Road expansion project, and that City Council authorize the filing of a request for a temporary restraining order to allow the surveying and soil testing, and authorize the City's legal representatives to participate in a hearing and all related proceedings on the request, second by French. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - No Approved 6-1 (Stewart opposed). Motion by Pitts to authorize the City Manager to exercise the City's right to extend the Termination Date of the Purchase and Sale Agreement with Block 27, LLC by 30 days, in accordance with Section 4.01 of the Agreement, second by French. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. Motion by Pitts to authorize an initial offer to Jim F. Avant, Jamie Deyhle, and Wood Avant Investments, Ltd. for a water line easement necessary for the South Lake Treated Transmission Main, on the terms discussed in Executive Session, second by French. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. Motion by Pitts to authorize a Settlement Agreement with Harrison 209, LLC, on the terms discussed in Executive Session, second by French. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. Public Wishing to Address Council On a subject that is posted on this agenda: Please fill out a speaker registration form which can be found on the table at the entrance to the Council Chamber. Clearly print your name and the letter of the item on which you wish to speak and present it to the City Secretary on the dais, prior to the start of the meeting. You will be called forward to speak when the Council considers that item. Only persons who have delivered the speaker form prior to the meeting being called to order may speak. Speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to speak. On a subject not posted on the agenda: An individual may address the Council at a regular City Council meeting by contacting the City Secretary no later than noon on the Wednesday prior to the Tuesday meeting, with the individual's name and a brief description of the subject to be addressed. Only those persons who have submitted a timely request will be allowed to speak. The City Secretary can be reached at (512) 931-7715 or esegeorgetown.org. Speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to speak. B. At the time of posting no one had signed up to speak. Statutory Consent Agenda The Statutory Consent Agenda includes non -controversial and routine items that may be acted upon with one single vote. An item may be pulled from the Consent Agenda in order that it be discussed and acted upon individually as part of the Regular Agenda. C. Consideration and possible action to approve meeting minutes for the Workshop and Regular Meetings held on August 23, 2022 -- Robyn Densmore, City Secretary D. Consideration and possible action to appoint Katherine Kainer to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board to fill a vacancy -- Mayor Josh Schroeder E. Consideration and possible action to appoint Susan Biggs to the Library Advisory Board to fill a vacancy -- Mayor Josh Schroeder F. Consideration and possible action to appoint Jessica Sobhani to the Arts and Culture Advisory Board to fill a vacancy -- Mayor Josh Schroeder G. Consideration and possible action to appoint David Valdez as Chair of the Arts and Culture Advisory Board to fill a vacancy -- Mayor Josh Schroeder H. Consideration and possible action to designate Matt Kunkle, Crystal Saucedo, Frances Sellers, and Linda White as Deputy City Secretary's for the purpose of posting agendas only -- Robyn Densmore, City Secretary I. Consideration and possible action to approve a contract with Garver LLC, of Georgetown, TX for the design, bidding, and construction administration services in the amount not to exceed $96,500.00 for the Airport Maintenance Facility -- Jennifer Bettiol, CIP Manager J. Consideration and possible action to approve to approve the Assignment Addendum from PBS of Texas to Pritchard Industries Southwest -- Eric Johnson, Public Works Director K. Consideration and possible action to approve the renewal of an annual Blanket Agreement with Pritchard Industries (Southwest), LLC of Texas to provide janitorial services pursuant to a piggyback clause in the City of Round Rock contract No. R-2018-5767 in an amount of $907,067.00 -- Eric Johnson, Public Works Director L. Consideration and possible action to execute a Maintenance Contract with Brandt Company, of Austin Texas through Buyboard Contract #638-21 for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) maintenance services in an amount not to exceed $294,000.00 -- Eric Johnson, Public Works Director M. Consideration and possible action to execute a Contract with Brandt Company, of Austin Texas through Buyboard Contract #631-20 for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) replacement in an amount not to exceed $ 658,000.00 -- Eric Johnson, Public Works Director N. Consideration and possible action to approve a contract for the installation of facility access control and video surveillance to be provided by Convergint Technologies of Austin, TX in the amount of $57,363.26 per Sourcewell contract 030421-CTL -- Eric Johnson, Public Works Director O. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution authorizing a funding agreement between the City of Georgetown and the Williamson County and Cities Health District for this agency to continue to provide services for the citizens of Georgetown -- David Morgan, City Manager P. Consideration of action to approve a Resolution authorizing funding agreements between the City of Georgetown and Georgetown Backpack Buddies, Boys and Girls Club of Georgetown, Brookwood in Georgetown Vocational, Inc. (BIG), CASA of Williamson County, Texas, Faith In Action Georgetown, Georgetown Caring Place aka The Caring Place, The Georgetown Project, GENAustin dba Girls Empowerment Network (GEN), Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, Helping Hands of Georgetown, Inc., Literacy Council of Williamson County, Opportunities for Williamson & Burnet Counties, Inc. (OWBC), Ride on Center for Kids (R.O.C.K.), Sacred Heart Community Clinic, Samaritan Center for Counseling and Pastoral Care, Inc., Salvation Army, Stonehaven Senior Center, Texas Baptist Children's Home, Williamson County Children's Advocacy Center, and Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance, and for these agencies and organizations to continue to provide services for the citizens of Georgetown -- David Morgan, City Manager This item was pulled from Consent and became the first item on the Legislative Regular portion of the agenda. Q. Consideration and possible action to approve the purchase of one (1) Vac -Con V3111 Vacuum Truck from Doggett Freightliner of South Texas through Buy Board contract #601-19 for an amount not to exceed $467,283.25 -- Scott Parker, Fleet Services Manager R. Consideration and possible action to amend the existing sludge hauling contract (contract # 22-0051-SC) with Wastewater Transport Services, LLC to include the dewatering and cleaning of major treatment vessels (aeration basin and clarifier) at the Dove Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant and to ratify unforeseen additional expenditures in the amount of $181,353.93 -- Chris Graf, Assistant Water Utility Director; and Chelsea Solomon, Water Utility Director S. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution adopting a salary adjustment for the Municipal Court Associate Judge position -- Debbie Landrum, Municipal Court Administrator T. Consideration and possible action to approve a (1) one year contract with Revize LLC., MI for the Website Redesign and Hosting Services in the amount of $74,200.00; additionally, to authorize the City Manager to execute renewals of the contract agreement and conditions up to (4) four additional (1) one-year periods -- Aly Van Dyke, Communications and Public Engagement Director U. Consideration and possible action to accept the City's Quarterly Financial Report, which includes the Investment Reports for the City of Georgetown, Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC), and the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation (GEDCO) for the quarter ended June 30, 2022 -- Nathan Parras, Assistant Finance Director V. Consideration and possible action to authorize the City of Georgetown to enter into an Agreement with Equinox Medical Services, LLC for Medical Director Services for the Georgetown Fire / Medical Department -- John Sullivan, Fire Chief W. Consideration and possible action for the approval to purchase of (3) Chevrolet Tahoe PPV Vehicles from Caldwell County Chevrolet through Buy Board Contract #601-19 in the amount not to exceed $241,427.94 -- John Sullivan, Fire Chief X. Consideration and possible action to approve two Amendment of Encroachment Agreements with Seminole Pipeline Company LLC and one Amendment of Encroachment Agreement with Whitethorn Pipeline Company LLC regarding the encroachment of certain water and wastewater facilities within the Water Oak Section 6 Subdivision into existing Seminole and Whitethorn pipeline easements, and to authorize the City Manager to execute the Amendments -- Jim Kachelmeyer, Assistant City Attorney Y. Consideration and possible action to approve a Partial Assignment of Encroachment Agreements with Chesmar Homes, LLC regarding the assignment of Encroachment Agreements with Seminole Pipeline Company LLC and Whitethom Pipeline Company LLC in connection with the acceptance of certain water and wastewater facilities within the Water Oak Section 6 Subdivision, and to authorize the City Manager to execute the Partial Assignment -- Jim Kachelmeyer, Assistant City Attorney Z. Consideration and possible action to approve two Amendment of Encroachment Agreements with Seminole Pipeline Company LLC and one Amendment of Encroachment Agreement with Whitethorn Pipeline Company LLC regarding the encroachment of certain proposed public infrastructure within the Cole Estates Subdivision into existing Seminole and Whitethom pipeline easements, and to authorize the City Manager to execute the Amendments -- Jim Kachelmeyer, Assistant City Attorney This item was pulled and not taken up for consideration by the Council at this meeting. AA. Consideration and possible action to approve a Partial Assignment of Encroachment Agreements with Overlook at San Gabriel LLC regarding the assignment of Encroachment Agreements with Seminole Pipeline Company LLC and Whitethom Pipeline Company LLC in connection with the acceptance of public infrastructure within the Cole Estates Subdivision, and to authorize the City Manager to execute the Partial Assignment -- Jim Kachelmeyer, Assistant City Attorney This item was pulled and not taken up for consideration by the Council at this meeting. AB. Consideration and possible action to approve a resolution for a negotiated settlement between the Atmos Cities Steering Committee ("ACSC") and Atmos Energy Corp., Mid -Tex Division regarding the company's 2021 rate review mechanism filing -- Mayra Cantu, Strategic Support Manager AC. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution ratifying a meet and confer agreement with the Georgetown Professional Association of Fire Fighters -- Tadd Phillips, Human Resources & Organizational Development Director AD. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution ratifying a revised meet and confer agreement with the Police Benevolent Association of Georgetown -- Tadd Phillips, Human Resources & Organizational Development Director AE. Second Reading of an Ordinance establishing the classifications and number of positions (Strength of Force) for all the City of Georgetown Fire Fighters and Police Officers pursuant to Chapter 143 of the Texas Local Government Code pertaining to Civil Service -- Tadd Phillips, Human Resources & Organizational Development Director AF. Second Reading of an Ordinance to update sections Sec. 3.01.310 and 3.01.312 of the City Personnel Policies and Procedures related to Vacation accrual and paid Holidays -- Tadd Phillips, Human Resources & Organizational Development Director AG. Second Reading of an Ordinance amending Section 13.04, Article II related to water rates, amending section 13.04.120 of the rates and charges water schedule -- Leticia Zavala Jones, Customer Care Director AH. Second Reading of an Ordinance amending Section 13.04, Article III related to sewer rates, amending Section 13.04.140 of the rates and charges sewer schedule -- Leticia Zavala Jones, Customer Care Director AI. Second Reading of an Ordinance amending Title 13, Chapter 13.04, Article VII related to Miscellaneous Utility account fees and charges and amending sections 13.04.190 thru 13.04.240 -- Leticia Zavala Jones, Customer Care Director AJ. Second Reading of an ordinance levying a tax rate for the City of Georgetown for the tax year 2022 -- Nathan Parras, Assistant Finance Director AK. Second Reading of an Ordinance for the annexation of 54.7606 acres in the Lewis J. Dyches Survey 2 Abstract No. 180 and the Frances A Hudson Survey Abstract No. 295, including approximately 26.7606 acres of right-of-way of FM 1460; repealing Ordinance No. 2022-49; and a zoning map amendment to rezone 20.19 acres out of the Lewis J. Dyches Survey 2 Abstract No. 180 to the Public Facility (PF) zoning district; and to zone 7.81 acres out of the Lewis J. Dyches Survey 2 Abstract No. 180 and the Frances A. Hudson Survey, Abstract No. 295 to the Public Facility (PF) zoning district, upon annexation (2022-2-ANX) -- Sofia Nelson, Planning Director Motion by Garland to approve the Consent Agenda as presented with the exception of Items P, Z and AA, second by Parr. Item P became the first item on Legislative Regular Agenda and items Z and AA were postponed. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. Legislative Regular Agenda P. Consideration of action to approve a Resolution authorizing funding agreements between the City of Georgetown and Georgetown Backpack Buddies, Boys and Girls Club of Georgetown, Brookwood in Georgetown Vocational, Inc. (BIG), CASA of Williamson County, Texas, Faith In Action Georgetown, Georgetown Caring Place aka The Caring Place, The Georgetown Project, GENAustin dba Girls Empowerment Network (GEN), Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, Helping Hands of Georgetown, Inc., Literacy Council of Williamson County, Opportunities for Williamson & Burnet Counties, Inc. (OWBC), Ride on Center for Kids (R.O.C.K.), Sacred Heart Community Clinic, Samaritan Center for Counseling and Pastoral Care, Inc., Salvation Army, Stonehaven Senior Center, Texas Baptist Children's Home, Williamson County Children's Advocacy Center, and Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance, and for these agencies and organizations to continue to provide services for the citizens of Georgetown -- David Morgan, City Manager Morgan presented the item and provided a brief overview of the process and grants being awarded. Parr noted that she asked the item to be pulled to recognize the work done and provide a quick overview of the grants being awarded. General discussion regarding clarification on Williamson County Children's Advocacy Center funding. Motion by Parr to approve the item as presented, second by Stewart. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. AL. Second Reading of an ordinance adopting the City of Georgetown Annual Budget for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2022, and ending September 30, 2023 -- Nathan Parras, Assistant Finance Director Parras presented the item and noted that there had been no changes since the first reading. Parras read the caption. Motion by Pitts to approve the item as presented, second by Garland. A roll call vote was performed. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - No Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 6-1 (Triggs opposed). AM. Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance on a request for a Zoning Map Amendment to rezone Lot 5B, Block B, Replat of Lot 5B, Block B, The Rivery Phase One Subdivision from the Local Commercial (C-1) zoning district to the General Commercial (C-3) zoning district, for the property generally located at 708 South Interstate Highway 35 (2022-6-REZ) -- Sofia Nelson, Planning Director Travis Baird, Assistant Planning Director, presented the item and reviewed and reviewed the Aerial Map, Future Land Use/Overall Transportation Plan Map, Zoning Map, how the application complies with all aspects of the approval criteria for UDC Section 3.06.030, and land use ratios for Regional Center. He noted that public notifications sent and zero comments were received and at their August 16, 2022 meeting the Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the request with a 5-0 vote. Baird read the caption. Mayor Schroeder opened and closed the public hearing at 6:27 p.m. as there were no speakers. Motion by Hood to approve the item as presented, second by Stewart. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. AN. Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance on a request for a Zoning Map Amendment to amend the Summit at Westinghouse PUD which consists of 72 acres within the BC Low Survey, No 51 and to amend zone F, approximately 6.00 acres, to allow an increase in self - storage square footage as well as is an amendment to the zone F development standards to require retail space and increased landscaping for a site generally located at 310 Westinghouse Road and currently zoned Planned Unit Development District (PUD) (2021-21-PUD) -- Sofia Nelson, Planning Director Nelson presented the item and reviewed the Aerial Map, Future Land Use/Overall Transportation Plan Map, Zoning Map, existing PUD, proposed PUD, how the application complies or partially complies with all aspects of UDC Section 3.06.030, and how the application complies, partially complies, and does not comply with all aspects of UDC Section 3.06.040. She added hat public notifications were sent and to date staff has received zero comments on the project. Nelson read the caption. General discussion among Council and staff regarding: how the application was approved via a unanimous vote at Planning and Zoning; what retail could be included in the PUD; what multi -family is currently being built in the PUD; original plans for the site; and closest self - storage businesses to this area. David? With Steger and Bizzell discussed the following with Council: proposed square footage of proposed storage units and possible retail square footage. Mayor Schroeder opened and closed the public hearing at 6:48 p.m. as there were no speakers. Motion by Garland to approve the item as presented, second by Stewart. General discussion regarding overall need for storage facilities; the need for retail along Westinghouse; and demand for storage facilities in the current market. Vote on original motion: Parr - No Hood - No Triggs - No Garland - Yes Pitts - No French - No Stewart - Yes Fails 2-5 (Garland and Stewart in favor, Parr, Hood, Triggs, Pitts, and French against). AO. Public Hearing and First Reading of an Ordinance on a request for a Zoning Map Amendment to amend the Sun City Texas, Somerset PUD which consists of 768.9 acres within the Frederick Foy and Lewis Dyches Surveys to convert 6.4 acres of the project from Residential/Golf to Amenity Center, for property generally bound by Sun City Texas, Ronald Reagan Boulevard, County Road 245 and Williams Drive (2022-8-PUD) -- Sofia Nelson, Planning Director Nelson presented the item and reviewed the Aerial Map, PUD Concept Plan, proposed area of change, Mixed Density Neighborhood (MDN) explanation, Open Space explanation, and how the application complies with all aspects of the approval criteria in UDC Sections 3.06.030 and 3.06.040. She added that public notifications were sent and eight (8) comments were received in favor and two (2) comments were received in opposition. Nelson read the caption. Mayor Schroeder opened and closed the public hearing at 7:05 p.m. as there were no speakers. Motion by Garland to approve the item as presented, second by Triggs. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. AP. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution for the voluntary annexation of approximately .761 acres of City -owned Right -of -Way situated in part in the Francis A. Hudson Survey, Abstract No.295, and known as Rabbit Hill Road; making certain necessary findings; and directing City Staff to initiate annexation proceedings accordingly (2021-19- ANX) -- Sofia Nelson, Planning Director Baird presented the item and reviewed the Location Map, annexation requested by W.D. Kelley Foundation, Williamson County and City of Georgetown right-of-way, and the annexation process. Baird read the caption. Motion by Pitts to approve the item as presented, second by Hood. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. AQ. First reading of an Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 900404, regarding the City's Utility Extension and Improvement Policy, to modify the easement requirements for water infrastructure improvements outside the city limits -- Jim Kachelmeyer, Assistant City Attorney; and Lauren Boenig, Real Estate Services Coordinator Kachelmeyer presented the item and reviewed the current policy as provided in Ordinance 9000404, policy considerations, statutory right, and the proposed policy change. Kachelmeyer read the Ordinance caption. General discussion among Council staff to provide clarification on different aspects of the policy. Motion by Pitts to approve the item as presented, second by French. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. AR. First Reading of an Ordinance amending Ordinance 14.28 Article I of the City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas granting Acadian Ambulance Service of Texas, LLC, a franchise to operate a medical transfer service and extending the franchise agreement through September 30, 2025 -- John Sullivan, Fire Chief Sullivan presented the item and reviewed the history of the EMS transport services within the City. Sullivan read the Ordinance caption. Motion by Hood to approve the item as presented, second by Stewart. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. AS. First Reading of an Ordinance amending Ordinance 14.28 Article I1 of the City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas granting Bluebird Medical Enterprise, LLC, dba Allegiance Mobile Health, a franchise to operate a medical transfer service and extending the franchise agreement through September 30, 2025 -- John Sullivan, Fire Chief Sullivan presented the item and reviewed the provider. Sullivan read the Ordinance caption. Motion by Hood to approve the item as presented, second by Garland. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. AT. First Reading of an Ordinance repealing Ordinance 14.28 Article III of the City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas granting American Medica Response of Texas, Inc., a franchise to operate a medical transfer service and not extending the franchise agreement -- John Sullivan, Fire Chief Sullivan presented the item and reviewed the provider. Sullivan read the Ordinance caption. Motion by Hood to approve the item as presented, second by French. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. AU. First Reading of Ordinance amending Section 13.04.180, "Rates and Charges —Solid Waste Disposal - Schedule" of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Georgetown -- Jack Daly, Assistant Public Works Director; and Teresa Chapman, Environmental Services Coordinator Daly presented the item and reviewed a peer comparison for residential services and the impact to retail rates. Daly read the Ordinance caption. General discussion among Council and staff regarding how the rate increase is mandated based on the existing contract and how all increases are in the allowed 4% approved increase. Motion by Pitts to approve the item as presented, second by Garland. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. AV. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution pursuant to Government Code Section 2206.053 finding that all or portions of a 4.37-acre tract owned by Ronald Kenneth and Wendy Sue Fassett Joseph, being Lot Seven (7) of AMENDED WOOD RANCH, SECTION ONE (1); a 2.16-acre tract of land owned by Scott R. Crivelli, being Lot 22 of AMENDED WOOD RANCH SECTION 2; a 1.50-acre tract of land owned by Paul Taylor, being Lot 1, Block "E", AMENDED WOOD RANCH SECTION THREE; and a 1.41-acre tract of land owned by Ross Anthony and Shelly O. Mikosh, being Lot 9, Block D, of RIVER CHASE, are necessary for the expansion of DB Wood Road and authorizing eminent domain proceedings for the acquisition of fee simple right-of-way or any lesser interest from said tracts -- Jim Kachelmeyer, Assistant City Attorney Kachelmeyer presented the item and reviewed the dam construction, impacted parcels, and Chapter 21 of the Property Code. Heather Whitt and Ron Joseph addressed the Council regarding how their properties could be impacted and their confusion related to the proposed item. General discussion among Council and staff regarding TCEQ requirements versus City requirements, how the need for this action is based on design standards, how proceeding with this action does not force imminent domain or prevent the City from making agreements with land owners, how this action is part of the design and planning phase, what documentation can be shared with citizens to show the need for this process, and how the process if not for all acreage, but only for what is needed for right-of-way. Motion by Pitts that the City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, authorize the use of the power of eminent domain to acquire a 4.37-acre tract of land owned by Ronald Kenneth and Wendy Sue Fassett Joseph, being Lot Seven (7) of AMENDED WOOD RANCH, SECTION ONE (1), according to the map or plat thereof recorded in Cabinet K, Slides 265- 266, Plat Records of Williamson County, Texas; and a 2.16-acre tract of land owned by Scott R. Crivelli, being Lot 22 of AMENDED WOOD RANCH SECTION 2, according to the map or plat recorded in Cabinet K, Slide 267 of the map and/or plat records and Affidavit of Correction recorded in Vol. 2375, Page 798, of the Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas; and a 1.50-acre tract of land owned by Paul Taylor, being Lot 1, Block "E", AMENDED WOOD RANCH SECTION THREE subdivision, according to the map or plat recorded in Cabinet L, Slide 204, of the Plat Records of Williamson County, Texas; and a 1.41- acre tract of land owned by Ross Anthony and Shelly O. Mikosh, being Lot 9, Block D, of RIVER CHASE, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in Cabinet Q, Slide 186, Plat Records of Williamson County, Texas, for the expansion of DB Wood Road, and that the first record vote applies to all units of property to be condemned, second by Triggs. A roll call vote was conducted. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - No Approved 6-1 (Stewart opposed). AW. Consideration and possible action to approve a Resolution pursuant to Government Code Section 2206.053 finding that easements across portions of properties along a route generally running west from the South Lake Water Treatment Plant along Crockett Gardens Road, north past the Frederickson Ranch neighborhood, and west along Lightning Ranch Road to the Santa Rita Ranch development are necessary for the construction of the South Lake Treated Transmission Main and authorizing eminent domain proceedings for the acquisition of easements across properties in the area of the route -- Jim Kachelmeyer, Assistant City Attorney Kachelmeyer presented the item and reviewed potential routes and Chapter 21 of the Property Code. Motion by Pitts that the City Council of the City of Georgetown, Texas, authorize the use of the power of eminent domain to acquire portions of properties along a route generally running west from the South Lake Water Treatment Plant along Crockett Gardens Road, north past the Frederickson Ranch neighborhood, and west along Lightning Ranch Road to the Santa Rita Ranch development, for the construction of the South Lake Treated Transmission Main, and to delegate authority to the City Manager to initiate eminent domain proceedings for the acquisition of utility easements across properties in the area of the route, and that the first record vote applies to all units of property to be condemned, second by French. A roll call vote was conducted. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - No Approved 6-1 (Stewart opposed). Executive Session In compliance with the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon's Texas Codes, Annotated, the items listed below will be discussed in closed session and are subject to action in the regular session. AX. Sec. 551.071: Consultation with Attorney Advice from attorney about pending or contemplated litigation and other matters on which the attorney has a duty to advise the City Council, including agenda items - Litigation Update - South Lake Treated Transmission Main Easements - DB Wood Expansion Rights of Entry Sec. 551.072: Deliberations about Real Property - Block 27 Purchase and Sale Agreement - Extension of Due Diligence Period Adjournment Motion by Stewart, second by Garland. Parr - Yes Hood - Yes Triggs - Yes Garland - Yes Pitts - Yes French - Yes Stewart - Yes Approved 7-0. Mayor Schroeder adjourned the meeting at 7:49 p.m. Approved by the Georgetown City Council on Date Attest: NY Secretary